Former India Test captain Ajit Wadekar passes away
Former India Test captain Ajit Wadekar passed away in Mumbai on Wednesday, aged 77 following a prolonged illness. Making his debut in 1966 ageist the West Indies have been the national team captain in 171, Ajit has played 37 Tests for India. He was critically ill for few weeks and were on treatment for the same. Ajit Wadekar has played diverse support for the Indian cricket team in many different ways.
His last rites would be performed on Friday, a member from the Wadekar family.
With a heavy heart we bid adieu to Ajit Wadekar. The former India captain is no more. Cricketer, Coach, Manager and Chairman of Selectors – Mr Wadekar served Indian cricket in many different ways. pic.twitter.com/6zdFtleXB9
— BCCI (@BCCI) August 15, 2018
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